This is the release you have been waiting for. The new Revit 2022 brings more effective design to documentation workflows, improved interoperability for project teams across all stages of design, and a raft of design productivity enhancementsthat will raise the quality of both your design and your life.
These are the areas where the improvements are making a big impact.
Autodesk is constantly improving the way project teams can use Revit to work across software platforms, disciplines, and industries. You can now link McNeel Rhinoceros® 3DM files directly into Revit 2022, and a new round-trip workflow between Revit and FormIt Pro has also been introduced.
Similarly, Inventor 2022 assemblies can be exported as RVT files, enabling direct linking into your Revit projects, and building a greater between architectural design and architectural fabrication.
In Revit 2022 you’ll find many improvements to schedules, annotations and tags. These upgrades make project setup and authoring more precise, fast, and less error-prone. Rotated tags, flexible revision numbering, spot slopes and elevations, and the display of grids in 3D views all hone the capabilities of Revit as a tool for capturing and communicating design intent.
Revit 2022 has the latest updates to the Generative Design and Route Analysis tools, giving you better support for geometry and more informed design decision-making. Engineers of all stripes will benefit from the improved documentation tools. Structural engineers also see enhancements for steel connections and a host of rebar improvements, further expanding a broad set of capabilities. MEP engineers and fabricators benefit from schedule upgrades that make it easier to document design intent in Revit. The Design to Fabrication tool has been enhanced to provide a smoother, more consistent workflow. Mechanical systems analysis sees significant improvements.
Here's the complete list of bullet points for Revit's new features and enhancements relative to INTEROPERABILITY, DOCUMENTATION EFFICIENCY and DESIGN PRODUCTIVITY.